posted on Jul, 14 2013 @ 05:40 PM
I hate to think about the answers to your question. I am presently trying to extricate myself from people at present and thinking about this brings
back painful memories. One reason would be for most intent and purposes I am Martin. I grew up like him, I was considered a thug like him, I hung out
with various gangs like him. I guess you could say I had a mis-spent youth. So I understand where he was coming from. I believe at that age I would
have acted, that I have indeed acted, like he did.
Then there is Zimmerman. I, too, have had my head smashed into a concrete sidewalk. For me it happened until I was unconcious. I did not wake for an
hour which was when friends poured water over me. I had zero wounds to the back of my head because I had hair. Zimmerman was bald which allowed wounds
to occur. So I was outraged at the obvious lies put forth by the prosecution and the so called experts. I might not be alive today if friends had not
pulled that man off of me.
I have been charged by police and prosecutors because a black man was attacked by a gang. He could recognize only me as I came to his aid to see if he
needed an ambulance and he stated so. What was wanted was FOR SOMEONE TO PAY for a racial incident. It did not matter who or even if they were
involved. For political reasons the politicians wanted just to hang someone. My witness at the trial was the victim. It greatly upset the police and
As I got older I fought for this country and the rule of LAW not of the mob. I saw a mob on July 4th, 1975 leave 8 bikers not moving on the main
street of West Yellowstone. The mob was going after anyone whose hair reached their ears and the state police just stood there and watched. The
problem had been caused by out of town bikers. The local bikers threw them out of town for their actions but the townsmen attacked ANYONE who might be
a biker, even those bikers who had protected the town. Again the LAW was not followed in the Zimmerman case, just mob rule.
I and many of my friends were in the civil rights movement. We were fighting for equal rights for ALL, not special rights for some. What I saw in this
trial was special rights for one group, usurping the law, and that was NOT what we fought for. What I saw with this trial, and many of my friends were
feeling the same way, was beginning to turn me into a racist, making me ashamed of what I had fought for and espoused for so long.
Lastly a few years ago some things happened to my family. The police, to keep me from finding and protecting my daughter, threatened to kill me, when
that did not work they filed BS charges against me and my wife. I and my wife fought back. We got a local TV station to do an investigation. They
found out that I was telling the truth, that there were officers who backed my story, and they started to go on the air with it. They were shut down,
the reporters were told to move, and a month later none of those involved were within 1k miles of here. The TV station scrubbed their records within
one week. A politician called us and informed us supposedly where my daughter was being held by Los Zeta's in Mexico. I informed security I was going
to Mexico in three days to get her back. On the third morning my daughter just happened to be on my door step. So I know how media, the police, and
the law can be corrupted as well. By the way I and my wife were cleared of everything once the State and Feds got involved.